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Blisteringly hot deserts: A DW warstory

Discussion in 'Dream World' started by alphatron, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. alphatron

    alphatron Volt turn in every tier! I'm in despair!

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    Hey there. I've been on smogon for a little while and I decided it was about time I posted a war story. This may not have been my greatest battle, and it's a battle from when I first began playing on PO, but at least it's something. It was either this or an 85 turn war story of rain stall that probably would have bored you all to tears. So I'm gonna post something different instead.


    This was a battle I had with MajorGambit on PO's server a while back. His team will be posted at the end.


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    Battle between MajorGambit and Alphatron started!

    Tier: Dream World
    Variation: +17, -14
    Rule: Rated
    Rule: Sleep Clause
    Rule: Species Clause

    Alphatron sent out Donphan!
    MajorGambit sent out Erufuun!

    100%[​IMG] vs. 100% [​IMG]

    Oh boy. I didn't think anyone would still lead with Erufuun. Well, I'm definitely going to be taunted, so I might as well switch to Ninetales now and at least get the sun rolling.

    Start of turn 1
    Alphatron called Donphan back!
    Alphatron sent out Ninetales!

    Ninetales is floating on a balloon!
    Ninetales's Drought intensified the sun's rays!
    The foe's Erufuun used Taunt!
    Ninetales fell for the taunt!

    The sunlight is strong!

    100% [​IMG]Haters gonna hate vs. 100%[​IMG] Neener neener neener!

    Excellent. That went exactly as planned. Keeping Ninetales in is risky if he has a tyranitar or shandera. But I don't want to overpredict and allow this thing to set up a substitute on me. So I'll fire off a flamethrower and see what it does. If it subs, I'll at least break the sub and keep it from trying anything. While subseeding isn't a problem for me, stun spore will cripple Venusaur if I switch him in and Meganium will just get taunted.

    Start of turn 2
    The foe's Erufuun used Protect!
    The foe's Erufuun protected itself!

    Ninetales used Flamethrower!
    The foe's Erufuun protected itself!

    The sunlight is strong!

    [​IMG]feeling hot hot hot! vs. [​IMG]Doesn't take too kindly to that kind of interation.


    Protect? Well, I'll fire off another flamethrower. I was thinking of using energy ball, but once again, I didn't want to overpredict and wind up failing.

    Start of turn 3
    MajorGambit called Erufuun back!
    MajorGambit sent out Burungeru!

    Ninetales used Flamethrower!
    It's not very effective...
    The foe's Burungeru lost 17% of its health!
    The foe's Burungeru was burned!

    The sunlight is strong!
    Ninetales's taunt ended!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    100% [​IMG] vs. 77% [​IMG]

    The pringles jellyfish shows its face! Well, little happened aside from me getting lucky with a burn. Not that burungeru cares about being burned anyway. Let's use protect and see what it does!

    Start of turn 4
    Ninetales used Protect!
    Ninetales protected itself!

    The foe's Burungeru used Boil Over!
    Ninetales protected itself!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    100% [​IMG]We fly high, no lie... vs. 71% [​IMG]Feeling pretty hot himself


    Looks like he doesn't have shadow ball. But now it's time to disable boil over if he uses it again. Even if he uses Ice Beam, the damage will wind up being pathetic. I'll lose the balloon in the process but I doubt I'll be needing it.

    Start of turn 5
    Ninetales used Disable!
    The foe's Burungeru's Boil Over was disabled!

    The foe's Burungeru used Ice Beam!
    It's not very effective...
    Ninetales lost 30 HP! (10% of its health)
    Ninetales's Balloon popped!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    90% [​IMG]Haters still hating vs. 65% [​IMG] Decided that it was a bit too hot

    Looks like I was right. I don't want to pull any wasteful switches yet though. And the damage is piling up on burungeru. Perhaps he'll see an energy ball coming and will try to switch out. I'll flamethrower the switch.

    Start of turn 6
    Ninetales used Flamethrower!
    It's not very effective...
    The foe's Burungeru lost 18% of its health!

    The foe's Burungeru used Recover!
    The foe's Burungeru regained health!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    90% [​IMG] vs. 91% [​IMG]


    Dang. Should have went with energy ball afterall. Well, I'll use that instead this time around.

    Start of turn 7
    Ninetales used Energy Ball!
    It's super effective!
    A critical hit!
    The foe's Burungeru lost 47% of its health!

    The foe's Burungeru used Recover!
    The foe's Burungeru regained health!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    90% [​IMG]Thinking about doing somethin' vs. 88% [​IMG] Following the words of Masahiro Sakurai...


    ...That was a critical hit? No wonder I ditched both flamethrower and energy ball on Ninetales on nearly all of my offensive sun teams. That was pathetic! Well, the hax didn't matter due to him recovering it off. So far, this battle is more boring than the final 30 turns or so of Parasect vs. Proygon2 from that warstory I chose not to post. He's probably going to try and stall me out with recover, so I'm switching out.

    Start of turn 8
    Alphatron called Ninetales back!
    Alphatron sent out Goruggo!

    The foe's Burungeru used Recover!
    The foe's Burungeru regained health!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!
    The foe's Burungeru is no longer disabled!

    100% [​IMG]vs. 87% [​IMG]

    I'll be honest. The only reason I switched in Goruggo to begin with was because Boil Over was disabled. But this is what I get for screwing around with Ninetales. I'll just have to hope that I don't get burned. The Goruggo set I run is pretty much the rock polish one with some slightly altered Evs. If anything, it is supposed to function as an offensive spin blocker. One that loses its water weakness in the sun, doesn't lose to Starmie, and kills enemy Tyranitars who think they can pursuit him. Even though I'm running No guard, a shadow punch or two should do the trick.

    Start of turn 9
    Goruggo used Shadow Punch!
    It's super effective!
    The foe's Burungeru lost 57% of its health!

    The foe's Burungeru used Boil Over!
    It's super effective!
    Goruggo lost 102 HP! (30% of its health)

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Burungeru restored a little HP using its Leftovers!
    The foe's Burungeru is hurt by its burn!

    70% [​IMG]vs. 23% [​IMG]

    Start of turn 10
    Goruggo used Shadow Punch!
    It's super effective!
    The foe's Burungeru lost 23% of its health!
    The foe's Burungeru fainted!

    The sunlight is strong!
    MajorGambit sent out Hippowdon!

    The foe's Hippowdon's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!

    70% [​IMG]With a mighty fist of justice! vs. 0% [​IMG] Did not Recover & 100% [​IMG] Decided that is wasn't hot enough


    Two shadow punches indeed and some progress has been made. Now that I'm looking at a hippowdon, I can assume that my opponent is running Doryuzuu. Because even when you're running sand stall, you're running Doryuzuu. I'll have to keep rocks off the field and keep Tales alive. But before I switch to Donphan, let's pull a Machamp for just a second.

    Start of turn 11
    Goruggo used DynamicPunch!
    The foe's Hippowdon lost 18% of its health!
    The foe's Hippowdon became confused!

    The foe's Hippowdon is confused!
    It hurt itself in its confusion!
    The foe's Hippowdon lost 7% of its health!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Hippowdon restored a little HP using its Leftovers!

    70% [​IMG]Dynamic fists of justice! 81% [​IMG] ?!


    Confusion is on my side today. The damage was pathetic much like I expected, so I'm not going to keep doing this. Time to bring in Donphan. If he uses SR, I'll spin. Anything else and I lay down rocks.

    Start of turn 12
    Alphatron called Goruggo back!
    Alphatron sent out Donphan!

    The foe's Hippowdon snapped out its confusion!
    The foe's Hippowdon used Stealth Rock!
    Pointed stones float in the air around Alphatron's team!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Hippowdon restored a little HP using its Leftovers!

    100% [​IMG]has arrived to show the hippos why elephants are the master race vs. 87% [​IMG] Could honestly care less


    I'm gonna go off on a little story here. In 4th gen, when everyone valued stealth rock enough to sacrifice an entire pokemon for nothing more than to get it onto the field, I once joked about Stealth rock being the best move in the game. I even went on to say that a pokemon who set up SR as its ability would be banned from standard simply for being too good. Those jokes and this next turn are going to bite me in the ass. Hard.

    Start of turn 13
    Donphan used Rapid Spin!
    The foe's Hippowdon lost 3% of its health!
    Donphan blew away Stealth Rock!

    The foe's Hippowdon used Roar!
    Shandera was dragged out!

    The sandstorm rages!
    Shandera is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    The foe's Hippowdon restored a little HP using its Leftovers!

    100% [​IMG]Is not a part of the master race & 100% [​IMG] vs. 90% [​IMG] Contrary to real world belief, is larger than an elephant

    No problem, right? I spin away rocks because I assumed he would roar. I could have layed down my own rocks, but I didn't want anything coming in to take residual damage. Poor thinking on my end altogether. I only have two SR weak pokemon on this team and aside from Ninetales, nothing else would have cared about being roared in. I should have used Stealth rock. On the bright side, Hippo is trapped. And as it has shown itself to be physically bulky so far if anything, a double STAB boosted fire blast should finish him off. Why double STAB, you say? I'm carrying a fire jewel, that's why. Why a fire jewel? So that I can smack t-tar in the face with an HP Fighting should he try to revenge me. Yeah, I've since learned the error of my ways. I stopped using the fire jewel a few battles later.

    Start of turn 14
    Shandera used Fire Blast!
    Shandera's Fire Jewel raised Fire Blast's power!
    The foe's Hippowdon lost 88% of its health!
    The foe's Hippowdon fainted!

    The sandstorm rages!
    Shandera is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    MajorGambit sent out Urugamosu!

    93%[​IMG]It's getting hot in here... vs. 0% [​IMG] Couldn't handle the heat afterall & 100% [​IMG]

    Hippo is dead and the weather will soon be in my favor once more. But a huge threat to my entire team has just shown up. I don't want to leave shandy in as fire blast won't do much to this thing's base 105 special defense, even when unboosted. Urga can dance on anything I do and then wipe out shandera, even if I fire blast. So I'll switch donphan in on the butterfly dance since I'm sure my opponent thinks I'll switch.

    Start of turn 15
    Alphatron called Shandera back!
    Alphatron sent out Donphan!

    The foe's Urugamosu used Butterfly Dance!
    The foe's Urugamosu's Sp. Att. rose!
    The foe's Urugamosu's Sp. Def. rose!
    The foe's Urugamosu's Speed rose!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Urugamosu is buffeted by the sandstorm!

    100% [​IMG]Is back to show that elephants are at least superior to bugs vs. 93% [​IMG]Dancin'


    Good. Unlike most Donphan, mine carries stone edge. Thanks to the sturdy boost, Donphan can save the rest of my team from the menace by living through any attack Urga will use and finishing it off with a 4x SE attack.

    Start of turn 16
    The foe's Urugamosu used Flamethrower!
    Donphan lost 383 HP! (99% of its health)
    Donphan held on thanks to Sturdy!


    Woo!

    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    Donphan used Stone Edge!
    The attack of Donphan missed!


    Dammit Donphan, no!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Urugamosu is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    Donphan restored a little HP using its Leftovers!

    7%[​IMG]vs. 76% [​IMG]

    Start of turn 17
    The foe's Urugamosu used Hidden Power!
    Donphan lost 25 HP! (6% of its health)
    Donphan fainted!
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Urugamosu is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    Alphatron sent out Meganium!

    0%
    [​IMG] Was too incompetent to handle even that & 100% [​IMG] Vs. 59% [​IMG]Humming Heatman's theme from Megaman 2

    Ugh...it's no wonder why Donphan is on absolutely none of my newer sun teams now. His track record of doing almost nothing effective aside from laying down rocks and spinning has not been changed. And when he could have done something important, he fails me. Ah well, this kind of thing happens to everyone. Now I'm in a horrible position, so I'll have to play around with switches, Urga's life orb, and the sandstorm in order to wait this bio hazard out.


    Start of turn 18
    Alphatron called Meganium back!
    Alphatron sent out Shandera!

    The foe's Urugamosu used Bug Buzz!
    It's not very effective...
    Shandera lost 100 HP! (38% of its health)
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Urugamosu is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    Shandera is buffeted by the sandstorm!

    48% [​IMG] vs. 42% [​IMG]

    So far so good. He has HP Ground by the looks of it. But I'll leave Shandy in so that he doesn't predict a meganium switch in.

    Start of turn 19
    The foe's Urugamosu used Hidden Power!
    It's super effective!
    Shandera lost 114 HP! (43% of its health)
    Shandera fainted!
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sandstorm rages!
    The foe's Urugamosu is buffeted by the sandstorm!
    Alphatron sent out Ninetales!

    Ninetales's Drought intensified the sun's rays!

    0%[​IMG] Realizes that he is NOT a bug zapper & 90%[​IMG] vs. 25% [​IMG]Still taking the heat and loving it

    Screw it. This match has been lost. Might as well boost Urga's fire attacks while I'm at it. Although thinking about it now, switching in Tales was still pretty foolish. Tales should have been switched in once everything else on my team was dead save venusaur was dead. Doing calcs now, I realize that had I not switched ninetales in, the sand and the life orb would have saved me an extra pokemon.

    Start of turn 20
    The foe's Urugamosu used Hidden Power!
    It's super effective!
    Ninetales lost 258 HP! (89% of its health)
    Ninetales fainted!
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sunlight is strong!
    Alphatron sent out Meganium!

    0% [​IMG]Is probably dissapointed in its trainer & 100% [​IMG]vs. 15% [​IMG]Gets to live a little longer due to my own stupidity

    Foolishness indeed. Well, my leaf guard meganium is my status blocker, dual screener, and phaser all at once. Set up screens, dragon tail when necessary, and then switch to Venusaur who proceeds to boost up from behind screens in order to sweep. However, none of this matters as meganium will now be reduced to nothing more than fodder.

    Start of turn 21
    The foe's Urugamosu used Bug Buzz!
    It's super effective!
    Meganium lost 364 HP! (100% of its health)
    Meganium fainted!
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sunlight is strong!
    Alphatron sent out Goruggo!

    0% [​IMG]The sunlight was too strong! & 70% [​IMG] vs. 5%[​IMG]Proudly burning away the last of its legs

    Start of turn 22
    The foe's Urugamosu used Flamethrower!
    Goruggo lost 237 HP! (69% of its health)
    Goruggo fainted!
    The foe's Urugamosu is hurt by its Life Orb!
    The foe's Urugamosu fainted!

    0% [​IMG]Not even justice could withstand this heat... vs. 0% [​IMG]Died after a glorious blaze


    The horror is over at last. And now it's one against three. However, my heart is once again filled with hope. This Venusaur is a legend. In the RAIN, it once combatted a stall team and won me the match. Simply to stop it from sweeping, the likes of Politoed and Hippo end up sacrificing themselves to him simply to slow his malice. The sun is up. With just one growth, maybe I can win this!

    The sunlight is strong!
    Alphatron sent out Venusaur!

    MajorGambit sent out Erufuun!

    100% [​IMG] vs. 100% [​IMG]

    Alright, so forget about the growth...I'm taking this thing down. I run a mixed Venusaur with HP Fire, Petal Dance, and EQ. Mixed though it may be, life orb alongside a sun boosted hp fire should finish it off.

    Start of turn 23
    The foe's Erufuun used Taunt!
    Venusaur fell for the taunt!

    Venusaur used Hidden Power!
    It's super effective!
    The foe's Erufuun lost 88% of its health!
    Venusaur is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Erufuun restored a little HP using its Leftovers!

    90% [​IMG] tapping into latent abilities vs. 19% [​IMG] Putting its cool face on.


    Start of turn 24
    MajorGambit called Erufuun back!
    MajorGambit sent out Roobushin!

    Venusaur used Hidden Power!
    The foe's Roobushin lost 42% of its health!
    Venusaur is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sunlight is strong!
    The foe's Roobushin's Flame Orb activated!
    The foe's Roobushin was burned!

    80% [​IMG] Laying down the heat vs. 58% [​IMG]Is a bad enough dude to withstand the heat


    And in comes roobushin, who tanks the HP Fire for Erufuun like the boss he is, cinder blocks in hand. Huh...why am I running EQ again? Shandera in DW and Heatran? Most heatrans are airplanes now and shandera isn't a huge problem for this team overall. Let's leave the mixed sets to Victreebel and exeguttor from now on...

    Complaining aside, my opponent is using a Guts roobushin. He won't mach punch me since I'm still somewhat healthy and I resist mach punch. This is my last hurrah anyway. Why not go all out. All he has left if this, a crippled erufuun, and the Doryuzuu he's kept so well concealed. Maybe he isn't even using Doryuzuu? In any case venusaur, it's time we danced. Let's end this battle in a manly shower of petals.

    Start of turn 25
    Venusaur used Petal Dance!
    The foe's Roobushin lost 57% of its health!
    The foe's Roobushin fainted!
    Venusaur is hurt by its Life Orb!

    The sunlight is strong!
    Venusaur's taunt ended!
    MajorGambit sent out Doryuuzu!

    The foe's Doryuuzu is floating on a balloon!

    70% [​IMG] Rides the shower of petals to the end vs. 0%[​IMG]Didn't have the GUTS to handle the heat & 100% [​IMG] Heeeeere's Johnny!

    There's the Doryuzuu afterall! And holy crap, even if I could use it, EQ looks even more useless. Keep dancing Venusaur! Kill Dory and we've won this battle. Even with my half-assed quitting mid match, my use of Donphan and Ninetales, and my terrible plays, we can come back and win this! Go Go Go!

    Start of turn 26
    Venusaur used Petal Dance!
    The foe's Doryuuzu lost 90% of its health!


    Tears were shed...

    The foe's Doryuuzu's Balloon popped!
    Venusaur is hurt by its Life Orb!


    Mistakes were made...

    The foe's Doryuuzu used Earthquake!
    Venusaur lost 181 HP! (60% of its health)
    Venusaur fainted!

    0% [​IMG] vs. 10% [​IMG]

    MajorGambit won the battle!
    Alphatron: gg
    MajorGambit: gg


    And the battle was lost.


    Props:
    -Shandera for killing off Hippo, allowing me to bring the weather back with ease.
    -Venusaur for still being awesome.
    -Urgamoth for proving that Stealth rock is indeed the best move in the game and teaching me a lesson by sweeping 2/3rd of my team
    -My opponent for concealing Doryuzuu well and winning with him anyway despite sand being long gone.
    -Erufuun in general


    Slops:
    -Me, for being a relatively lousy sport and not thinking I could win mid match
    -Donphan for not doing a dang thing the whole battle.
    -Meganium for being sacrificed by my errors.


    MVP: [​IMG]

    I've since learned from battles like these not to quit midway. I've also learned a bit more about team synergy and all that jazz. Hopefully in the future, I can deliver a better warstory with less mistakes. Preferably one that doesn't take 85 turns where Parasect dominates half the match and trick room...
  2. Benlisted

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    Literally :D'd when I saw your team.

    Well, on the plus side: loved the presentation and you had a pretty good commentary (liked the nondescript little messages about each poke's status too). Also surprised to see you lose, as most warstories are a win, so props for that. And ofc major props for the Sun warstory :P (I feel your pain in being locked into Petal Dance VS a steel...)

    Things to be improved: a few misplays, most notably with Ninetales at the start and middle (as in my experience leaving her in too long results in bad things), as well as the little hax, in your favour or not. The battle wasn't that dramatic imo though admittedly I am used to playing with something similar to your team, though I appreciate that it was some time ago and your desire to post. The final sweep and SE missing were exceptions, however. Finally, the sets seem a little unrefined but again the long-time-agoness I assume is why.

    Overall though I did enjoy the warstory and look forward to more from you, especially with your writing style and easy on the eyes formatting. And kudos for the first Sun warstory (as far as I know).
  3. Arc Tech

    Arc Tech

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    If you hadn't sent in ninetails, Urgamoth would have died one turn earlier thanks to sandstorm. Also, I doubt Roobushin would have 1hko'd and being locked in petal dance vs something you need hp fire for (like dory) is gg.
  4. alphatron

    alphatron Volt turn in every tier! I'm in despair!

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    The sets are indeed unrefined. Since this battle, I've ditched petal dance (it's like inviting nattorei to come in and ruin everything) and mixed venusaur altogether. I just run special venusaur with a set you yourself suggested in another topic. Sludge Bomb, Growth, Giga Drain, and HP fire. Sludge bomb does indeed help vs. dragons. The ninetales, shandera and goruggo have changed as well among other things. Fire jewel shandera..not sure what I was thinking. @_@

    I wasn't worried about roopushin OHKO'ing me. I was worried about life orb and one attack putting me into range where even mach punch putting me into KO range. Switching in Ninetales was my worst play of the battle though, I'll admit.
  5. Benlisted

    Benlisted

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    Haha yeah, that Venusaur set <3. Incidentally i think I'm now using the Power Swap Tales you suggested (I think) to great effect. But yeah, I used to run the exact same Venusaur you are in this battle, and being locked in is such a huge pain.

    In any case I hope you don't think my criticism of sets takes away from the battle, a lot of warstories posted now have been from old teams and have got a lot of support.
  6. Sceats

    Sceats

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    Why run petal dance over power whip? This match shows the reliability is worth it despite the power drop. It beats out giga drain too.
  7. Darkamber8828

    Darkamber8828

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    Power Whip and Chlorophyll are illegal.

    Entertaining, even with that damn SE miss and a few misplays. The format was great as well, although your opps team should be in front as well, right? Since you can see it.

    8/10
  8. MajorGambit

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    My god! It is so nice to come to read a warstory and be surprised by one in which you take place ^^

    This was my first team in PO.

    The most interesting thing is that this Ulgamoth, who had the opportunity to sweep in this match is one of the two members that have been taken out of my team. And the reason is exactly the whole point of this match: its 4x weakness to rocks along with the fact that in this so fast and straight-forwarded metagame is almost impossible to have time to lay down YOUR rocks and spin away the opponent's.

    One sad thing: this Eruufun is my personal creation and have granted me 104 ragequits so far, but in this match it hadn't had the time to shine(annoy)

    As for the warstory posted, I'd give a 8/10 and point out that percentages really make a difference. For example, in this match it is vital for the reader to follow Ulgamoth's defeat to Sand+Life Orb.

    Thanks for well-played battle.

    Edit: Wasn't Ulgamoth the MVP? I mean..He did do a good sweep, didn't he? =x
  9. MajorGambit

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    No. Since this was in PO, he couldn't see my team previosly.

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